Catholic Home Education, Faith and Family articles

courtesy of KIC and the original Catholic Family's Magnificat Magazine.



We have 90-plus more articles for your reading enjoyment...

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This page checked April 1, 2001.

With special thanks and gratitude to Kathleen Eakins and Rita Thomas for the work on this page. It is due to their spirit of helpfulness that the continued additions are possible.

God bless you and yours always, kindred spirits.

Articles Now Available:
 Catholic Home Education: Which Approach to Use?

Catholic Fathers: Are Their Hearts At Home?

How to Keep Your Homeschool Catholic

Building Your Own Catholic Curriculum and Staying on Track

 In Sickness and In Health - Homeschooling Alone

Charlotte Mason from the Catholic View

Balancing Your Day: Husbands and the Homeschool

How to Survive a Bad Case of Cabin Fever

Summertime Schooling: To Do or Not to Do?

The Family: Seminary of Hope (Fr. John Hardon. S.J.)

Can Parents Prepare Their Children for the Sacraments?

Four Reasons Why Catholic Homeschooling is Necessary (Fr. John Hardon. S.J.)

Homeschool Doubts - What to Do When They Set In?

Home Catechesis - Hope for a Troubled World

Structure - The Framework on Which to Build Your Homeschool


Jesus at My House - A True Christmas Story

Making the Best of an Indoor Situation

Head of the Home, Heart of the Home

The NCEA Survey On Catholic Home Education (Parts 1 - 9)

Housework - the Homeschoolers' Haunter

Catholic Laymen in History and Science

How's and Why's to Teaching Catholic History

Catechesis with the New Catechism of the Catholic Church

Saints in Time - A Charlotte Mason Approach for Catholics

Making Ordinary "Extraordinary"

What the Church Says: "You are Educators Because You are Parents"


Coming Soon!


Catechesis: There's No Place Like Home

A Father's Look at Home Education

Homeschooling in the Tradition of the Church

Homeschooling - the Best Education You Can Give

Balancing Your Day: Budgets and Money

Informal Homeschooling Approach

A Saint to Emulate - Examples for Children and Adults

Teaching Your Child to Write Well

What Does It Take to Homeschool?

Basic Ideas to Teaching Science

 Homeschool Meltdown

History Tips for Timelines

Catechesis - An Outline for Teaching the Faith to Children

Creative Ways to Learn History and Science

Catholic Unit Study for History and Science

Getting a Grip on Groceries

The Lighter Side of Motherhood

Helpful Hints: Social Studies and Geography for Kids

Creative Writing Clubs

 Charity in Support Groups

Catechesis-Teaching Catholic Morality to Children

Lesson for Mom

When 2 and 2 Doesn't Make 4

Celebrating Christmas Across the Curriculum

Dating: a Catholic Young Man's Perspective

Dating or Courting: A Mother Shares

Catholic Culture and the Homeschooling Movement  

Organizing in More Ways than One

Difficult Homeschooling Days

Especially for Children

and more.....!


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